I went to the Met on Saturday and while wandering through 15th, 16th, and 17th century European art, I noticed that everywhere I looked, there was Jesus's wang. And I was like, wtf? When did that happen? How come I never noticed before that in all that old artwork, if they had to pain baby Jesus, they did him naked.
Don't believe me? Here are just a few of the pics I snapped while wandering around:
This one is especially scary as it's 3D. Can you imagine being the artist or the assistant to the artist, working on a holy wang? Me either.
Speaking of babies, I'm waiting for word of the brand new Woodling who should be joining us momentarily. Spencer's world is about to be rocked.
And speaking of rocking worlds, here are a few more pieces of art that caught my eye at the Met. So beautiful.